Win a Sanctuary Spa Sleep Mist & Body Balm from their brand new Wellness range.
Being able to leave the day behind and prepare for a great night's sleep requires careful consideration of your 'sleep space'. A good environment is an essential part of getting deep, restorative sleep that so many people neglect. Our resident Sleep Expert, Dr Nerina, shares her tips to create the perfect sleep sanctuary.
1. Bedroom equals rest and relaxation
Turn your bedroom into a calming space that you really want to spend time in. Your bedroom should be a place of rest and relaxation, so the first step is to declutter and tidy up. Clear away all traces of work, the laundry basket or children's toys to enable you to leave the day behind and enter a deep sleep.
2. There's an optimum temperate for good sleep...
...and it's around 19°C. Remember; this is all about how you feel and what you need. The same can go for darkness in the room: create a level of darkness that feels right for you.
3. The smell of your bedroom can help or hinder sleep
Experiment with aromatherapy. Our olfactory system is directly linked to the emotional center in the brain meaning when we smell something we deem to be calming, it helps us relax. Use essential oils, mists and bodycare products with scents that are calming and soothing to your senses to help ease your mind and promote sleep. Popular among struggling sleepers are lavender, chamomile, frankincense, jasmine and cedarwood.
4. Don't reply to emails in bed
When we look at our phone or a computer screen our brain mentally responds to the blue light, waking us up and making it impossible for us to unwind and prepare for sleep. It might be a tough habit to break but if you’re serious about getting a good night’s sleep, log off your emails and put down your phone 60-90 minutes before bed.
5. Make sure you're comfortable
If you wake up feeling unrested and uncomfortable, it could be time for some new bedding. Bedding is easily overlooked, but can play a massive role in the quality of your sleep. Use our bedding buying guide to find the perfect pillow or duvet for you.
Win a Sanctuary Spa Sleep Mist and Body Balm
We’ve partnered with Sanctuary Spa to giveaway their brand new Wellness Sleep Mist and Wellness De-stress Warming Body Balm to 10 lucky winners. Spritz the sleep mist over body, face and pillow to help you fall asleep with a mood-enhancing blend of jasmine, patchouli and frankincense. Experience calming comfort and de-stressing warmth before bed with the ginger- and rosemary oil-infused body butter.
Enter the form below before Thursday 28th May 2020 to be in with the chance of winning.
Terms & Conditions
- The competition is open to any mainland UK resident aged 18 years old and over
- The competition will start on Thursday 21st May 2020
- The competition will end at 6pm on Thursday 28th May 2020
- The winners will be notified on Monday 1st June 2020
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- The winners of the competition will be selected by Silentnight Group
- Each winner will receive one Sanctuary Spa Wellness Sleep Mist 100ml and one Sanctuary Spa Wellness De-stress Warming Body Balm 150ml
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